Five remarkable conclusions from questioning our education system

The thing that really intrigues me is that many people say, when talking about changing/ reforming/ revolutionizing education, to please “keep what is good”. Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water and to (especially) not experiment with children. All these assume that our current systems and habits in education are very well thought through and are well substantiated by scientific evidence. We at œ Operation Education have been researching this over the past year in our project #onderwijsvragen (“education questions”/ questioning education).

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The why in Education

Registration of my TED talk at TEDxAmsterdamED on March 26th 2015. The talk is a short (8 minute) version of the story below:

Did you ever ask yourself if the decisions you make are driven by what you know or feel is good – or are these decisions simply driven by your habits, by what you’re used to?

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